Articles tagged under: BSF

Pakistani intruder nabbed in border area of Kutch

September 17, 2018
Pakistani intruder nabbed in border area of Kutch

Bhuj: A Pakistanii intruder was nabbed by company 37 assistant commander Sanjay Kumar of India's Border Security Force(BSF) near international border pillar number 995 of India Pakistan border in Kutch district of Gujarat on Sunday in the afternoon. He has been identified as Jivan Prabhu, a Hindu Koli from Sindh district of Pakistan. Jivan Prabhu was possessing a Nokia mobile phone, Zong company's sim card with number written on the pack, 2 litre water bottles, Rs 50 currency of Pakistan, religi...Read More

Curious case of Pakistani intruder nabbed in Banaskantha

August 05, 2018
Curious case of Pakistani intruder nabbed in Banaskantha

Palanpur: There was general impression that India's border with Pakistan in Banaskantha area of Rann of Kutch was well protected, with fencing in place, good presence of Border Security Force(BSF) jawans and difficult geography of Rann of Kutch. However the latest incident of intrusion has proved that the border is still vulnerable. The incident has raised several serious questions. The detail of the incident: Locals from Samli village contacted Vav Police in border area of Banaskantha...Read More

Gujarat CM gives nod to Rs 39 crore Seema Darshan project for border tourism

July 10, 2018
Gujarat CM gives nod to Rs 39 crore Seema Darshan project for border tourism

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today gave in-principle approval for the Rs.39-crore ‘Seema Darshan’ project for developing more infrastructure facilities from T-Junction to Zero Point at Nadabet near Suigam in Banaskantha district for border tourism. Presiding over the Seema Darshan Review Meeting at Gandhinagar, he said the project being developed on Wagah Border pattern, entails an exhibition hall and a parade ground with amphitheater for 5,000 people. The meeting ...Read More

BSF stops ‘India Pakistan Friendship and Peace March’

June 30, 2018
BSF stops ‘India Pakistan Friendship and Peace March’

Ahmedabad: The India Pakistan Friendship and Peace March from Ahmedabad to Nada Bet during 19 to 29 June concluded even as the Border Security Force didn’t give permission to the march from Nadeshwari Mata Mandir to the border, a distance of 25 km. The March was taken out with demands like - Governments of India and Pakistan reach an agreement to stop killing of each other’s soldiers on border, Grant easy permission for visas to travel across the border. Waive the visa r...Read More

BSF captures Pakistani boat with one aboard in creek area of Kutch

June 23, 2018
BSF captures Pakistani boat with one aboard in creek area of Kutch

Bhuj: The Border Security Force (BSF) has nabbed a Pakistani boat with a fisherman from the neighbouring country from Haramil Nala area adjoining Kutch district of Guajrat. Spokesperson of BSF and Deputy Commandent Abhay Shah said that the boat and the Pakistani onboard, identified as one Mustaq (32) resident of Jati in Sindh province of Pakistan was nabbed by BSF patrol team in early morning today. The boat is a small one fitted with Chinese fan as make-shift propeller. Nothing susp...Read More

Farmer donates all mangoes produced in his farm to BSF jawans in Kutch

June 10, 2018
Farmer donates all mangoes produced in his farm to BSF jawans in Kutch

Kera(Bhuj): Bhuj Swaminarayan temple has sent 500 boxes of mangoes to Border Security Force(BSF) jawans on duty at international border with Pakistan in Rann of Kutch. A farmer Dhanjibhai Karsan Varsani has donated all 2000 mango trees of his farm and sent the mangoes to BSF jawans via Kodki based camp. BSF Bhuj DIG BK Mehta hailed this initiative and admired Bhuj Swaminarayan temple's services. In response to this, Shastri Madhavprasad Swami blessed the soldiers and assured all help t...Read More

BSF nabs Pakistani man from Rann area of Kutch in Gujarat near border

May 27, 2018
BSF nabs Pakistani man from Rann area of Kutch in Gujarat near border

Bhuj: The Border Security Force (BSF) today nabbed a Pakistani man from near the border in Rann area close to Khavda in Kutch district of Gujarat. A BSF official said that the man was nabbed from Rann area from a place between border pillar number 1085 to 1090. 'Three sims and two mobile phones have been seized from the around 30 year old man who is saying that his name is Raju and was a resident of Sindh province,' he said. 'He was nabbed early morning during patrol...Read More

Swaminarayan sect to build Rs 2 crore grand Hanuman temple at Bhediya bet post of BSF near Indo-Pak border

May 06, 2018
Swaminarayan sect to build Rs 2 crore grand Hanuman temple at Bhediya bet post of BSF near Indo-Pak border

Bhuj: Bhuj Swaminarayan Sanstha, part of Ahmedabad's Kalupur based Swaminarayan Mandir will build Rs 2 crore grand temple and hall right near the Indo - Pak border at Bhediya bet in Rann of Kutch. Chief Minister Vijaybhai Rupani today performed Shila poojan for this temple project. Post 1971 Indo - Pak war, a murti of Lord Hanuman was shifted from near Jat Talai chowki in Pakistan to Bhediya bet in Kutch. Border Security Force(BSF) jawans worship Lord Hanuman at small Bhediya bet temple...Read More

Gujarat govt to provide land for setting up Sainik School in border district Kutch: Rupani

May 06, 2018
Gujarat govt to provide land for setting up Sainik School in border district Kutch: Rupani

Bhuj: Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Vijaybhai Rupani asserted that his government is committed to meet all the requirements, including drinking waters, roads and mobile phone connectivity, of the jawans of Border Security Force (BSF) posted on Gujarat borders. He made this announcement at a foundation stone laying ceremony of Lord Hanumaan temple to be renovated at a cost of Rs. 2-crore by Swaminarayan Sansthan at Bheliya Bet in Kutch district on Sunday. The chief minister also gifted water-c...Read More

Rupani to handover water coolers, water tanks to BSF in border district Kutch

April 25, 2018
Rupani to handover water coolers, water tanks to BSF in border district Kutch

Bhuj: Chief Minister Vijay Rupani is likely to visit the border district Kutch on 6th May. He will be dedicate more than 200 water coolers to Border Security Force(BSF) sponsored by Kandla Port Trust and Lok Sabha member Vinod Chavda. He will also handover 1000 water tanks to BSF sponsored by Maninagar Swaminarayan Gaadi Sanstha. The Chief Minister will attend katha session in Kotda and perform ground-breaking for water conservation works. DeshGujaratRead More

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